Holiday Gifts that GIVE BACK!

Holiday Gifts that GIVE BACK!

Remember it’s much better to GIVE than receive and with these special gift suggestions, you’ll feel extra good because in addition to putting a big smile on the recipient’s face, you’ll also be helping various important charities and causes:

What girl, regardless of her age, isn’t wishing for a new pair of shoes?  TOMS was founded on a simple premise: For every pair you purchase, TOMS will give a pair of shoes to a child in need. One for On.  Shop for the whole family at http://www.toms.com/.

Holiday Gifts that GIVE BACK!

 

Statue of Liberty Barbie ($39.99)
In a “New York State of Mind?” Even if you are unable to spend the holidays in the big apple, your daughter can celebrate the 125th anniversary of Lady Liberty with this Statue of Liberty Barbie® collectible! Part of Mattel’s Dolls of the World® Landmark Collection, she stands 11.5 inches tall and has blonde hair with blue eyes. The Statue of Liberty is one of the most visited and beloved landmarks in the world, and this collection transforms her with a stunning gown! Proceeds benefit the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation.

Holiday Gifts that GIVE BACK!

 

Women’s Smile Slate T-Shirt ($26.00)

No one can ever have enough cool t-shirts!  This season Jedidiah, a humanitarian-based apparel brand aspiring to cultivate change, one garment at a time, is partnering with StandUp For Kids (www.standupforkids.org) a national non-profit whose mission is to improve the lives of homeless teenagers and at risk youth.
Holiday Gifts that GIVE BACK!
These textured foam balls encourage babies to explore and play while learning shapes and letters. A 2010 Parents Choice Award Winner, the balls are soft, safe and durable. Set of 2. Ages 0+. Made in India. 4″ diameter.  One of the various products featured in UNICEF’s Cards & Gifts for a Good Cause, every purchase helps in UNICEF’s efforts to save children’s lives around the world.
Holiday Gifts that GIVE BACK!
Don’t you feel better already knowing you’re going to help those less fortunate and in need?  Happy holidays!  Don’t be a scrooge!

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